The pros and cons of self-publishing are TIME, MONEY AND CONTROL

Self-publishing gives you the benefit of writing to your own schedule, but this also means you are writing on your own time. This is in contrast to going down the traditional publishing road where you will be paid an advance but your manuscript will be subjected to the publisher’s deadline. It can be a long time between edits.

With self-publishing, you set the time frames. We manage your project to ensure key tasks are completed to your schedule.

Self-publishing means that you pick up the bill for design, printing and marketing. The flip side of this means that you receive 100% of the profits.

There are a lot of factors to take into account and here are some insightful articles that you may find useful:

We recommend you look at all your options so you can make an informed decision based on what’s best for your project.

The major benefit when you self-publish is that you have control over all the key elements. You control cover design, layout, editing, proofreading and ultimately where the book is marketed and distributed. You have complete editorial control and time frames are set to your schedule.